kisszsombor evokes fluidity + movement with kzs cycle
kisszsombor evokes fluidity + movement with kzs cycle kisszsombor evokes fluidity + movement with kzs cycle
jan 08, 2014
kisszsombor evokes fluidity + movement with kzs cycle

kisszsombor evokes fluidity + movement with kzs cycle
all images courtesy of kisszsombor




hungarian designer kisszsombor  has created the ‘kzs cycle’, an urban minimal cruiser concept. the basic idea was to combine a series of 2D lines with 3D forms, transforming a flat design into a usable object. the characteristic structure is defined by its unique components, phosphorescent rectangular frame and fork, wooden handlebar, saddle, pedals. the geometric shape of the structure offers a sense of fluidity, evoking lines of both movement and stability.



back view



wooden handlebar



KZS cycle prototype 



detail of the pedals



the first prototype



the bike is made with a phosphorescent rectangle frame



detail view



the frame under construction



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